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Iowa Senate Race 2014: ABC News' '14 For 14'
ABC News' "14 For 14" project is documenting 14 races that matter between now and November. This page will be updated throughout the year. See the full list of 2014 midterm election contests the ABC News political team is tracking. THE PLAYERS Rep. Bruce Braley Democrat Currently serving as U.S.
Tips for Boosting Energy Efficiency at Home
I think you'll see birds. today's check this out we look at the range of technologies designed to bring your whole into the 21 century some cool stuff yes but also practical. Her first story we look at ways to maximize the energy use in your home whether with appliances. Or divisive. At a recent
It Won't Be Soon Before Long
I am Good Morning America five kick off our winter concert series and band members Jesse Carmichael and James Valentine join us for a Jesse James Jesse James. We thank you for joining good morning good morning. As is early for you guys as technically still late that let you. Are excited about the
Shocking electricity prices follow deregulation
When Deborah Jackson opened her electric bill in February, she had no idea it would be a life-changing event. She and her husband, Patrick, who live in a three-bedroom brick house in East St. Louis, Ill., owed Ameren aee $600.82, up from $172 in January. In March, the tab floated into the
The Note: Special Relationships
WASHINGTON, May 5 NEWS SUMMARY Today, with the help of many people who have worked at home to advance the cause of Bill Clinton's Democratic Party, George W. Bush's close friend and ally Tony Blair will face the voters in the British elections. Although Blair is widely expected to secure a third
Is Customer Service Dying?
If you've ever heard the phrases, "Please hold to listen to our menu of options," "That's not my area," or "We'll be there sometime between 8 and noon," you might wonder that you ever get any service at all. That America is a service economy is one of the great truisms of recent decades. And
General Motors No Longer Tops 'Fortune 500'
Surging energy prices in the United States gave oil, gas and power companies new fuel in their ascension of the annual Fortune 500. Oil giant Exxon Mobil surpassed automaker General Motors, rising to No. 1 from No. 3 with the company's highest-ever $210 billion in revenue for 2000. GM, which had
Calif. Facing Natural Gas Shortage
A federal court ordered power suppliers to keep electricity flowing for at least another week, but now California authorities are scrambling to deal with possible natural gas shortages. Pacific Gas and Electric announced that customers in northern and central regions could see shortages by next
Federal Judge Keeps Calif. Lights On
Power-starved California enjoyed yet another reprieve after a federal judge ordered one of the state's biggest suppliers to keep the electricity flowing at least for another day. U.S. District Judge Frank C. Damrell Jr. said Wednesday his temporary restraining order would remain in effect until
Court Orders Calif. Energy Supply To Continue
Judge Orders Energy Sale to Continue in Calif., Despite Expiration of Bush Order